Campollano de Oveja
- Animal Rennet
- Age: 2 Months
- Sheep Milk
Manchego lovers will appreciate this lesser-known Spanish sheep’s milk cheese—its texture is softer and its profile a bit sweeter than its Spanish cousin. The paste is buttery and mild, with a light gaminess, and its approachable flavor makes it appealing for all different palates. A wonderfully snackable cheese, Campollano de Oveja isa great addition to your next party—just pair it with a handful of Murray’s Spicy Marcona Almonds, and you’ve got a satisfying treat.
Allergens: Eggs, Milk
- La Mancha, the region that Campollano de Oveja comes from, has a native breed of sheep called the Manchega.
- La Mancha is well known for its wine (such as tempranillo), as well as for its cheese.
- The name Campollano de Oveja translates to field of sheep.